Regular Show is a flash cartoon that airs on Cartoon Network’s [adult swim] block. It centers around “a blue jay and raccoon duo” named Mordecai and Rigby, who “work as groundskeepers at a park.” The two friends try to entertain themselves by any means necessary, usually resulting in chaos for everyone else in the process. The show focuses on the two friends “tagging along and getting into wacky situations,” in a way that’s somewhat akin to The Odd Couple. The series was created by J.G. Quintel, who previously worked on Camp Lazlo! and Johnny Test. It premiered September 6th, 2010, and is currently in its fourth season. Since debuting, it has garnered itself a big fanbase petal 140m azevedotechcrunch, and has won several awards, including an Emmy.
The show’s supervising producer is Sean Szeles (Secret Mountain Fort Awesome). He also shares story writing credits with J.G. Quintel, who created the series; as well as actor and animator William Salyers (Mordecai) and actor Sam Marin (Rigby). Regular Show was originally pitched to Disney Channel, but they passed on it. The show was then picked up by Cartoon Network. It’s part of their “Cartoonstitute Thursday” block apple app macosstyle iosheinemeierhansson, where new shows air such as The Problem Solverz among others.
Which Genre Regular Show On Tv Is Part Of
Regular Show is part of the comedy genre. It can be classified as an animated dramedy, because it features elements of both drama and comedy.
Regular show season 7 episode list
The Power is episodes of Regular Show, it’s season 7 and final episode.
- The Parkie Awards
- Cheer up Pops (with the help of High-Five Ghost and his old cheer squad)
- Contest Time
- Burning Moves
- Buddy’s Book
- The Ice Tape
- Death Bear
- More Smarter
- Maxin’ and Relaxin’
- Go Viral (with the help of Skips, Pops and Thomas)
- Working as Intended (with the help of Hi-Five Ghost and Death while trying to get revenge on Malocchio Jr.)
- Skips Strikes (with the help of Mordecai and Rigby)
- Terror Tales of the Park II (with some popular characters from Regular Show, such as Muscle Man.)
- Real Date
- Butt Dial
- Now Watch Me Whip (with the help of Benson and Skips)
- Gold Watch (with the help of Pops and Death, trying to get revenge on Malocchio Jr.)
- Lift With Your Back (with the help of Muscle Man.)
- Slam Dunk
- My Mom (with the help of Rigby)
- Really Real Wrestling
- Firework Run (with the help of Muscle Man, Hi-Five Ghost and Skips)
- Laundry Woes (with the help of Mordecai)
- Benson’s Suit
- 25/26 The Parkie Awards pt.2 & Regular Show Finale
How Regular Show On Tv Began
Regular Show originated as an animated short called “2 in the AM PM” (also known as “Two Guys and Guy”). It was created by J.G. Quintel for Cartoon Network’s open-mic project. It originally aired on January 15th, 2009, and would go on to create a following online after it officially debuted on the CN website. It was popular enough to be picked up for a pilot, which was made into the series’ first episode, “Ello Gov’nor”. The two shorts that Quintel created were also re-used in three of the episodes (“Mordecai and The Rigbys” and “First Day”).
The idea behind Regular Show began when Quintel was in college and working on Camp Lazlo, he came up with the idea of a blue jay and raccoon duo that worked as groundskeepers at a park. He took this idea to his boss at the time, who told him that if he could get it made into an eleven minute short, then it would have a chance to get green lit. So Quintel did just that novata esg 21m seriesquinsonbloomberg, and it eventually became a pilot after he worked on it with several writers for 10 months.
The show follows the lives of two 23-year-old friends, who are both groundskeepers at a park. The duo try their best to slack off and entertain themselves by any means necessary, but they always end up having to clean up after their escapades.